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European Investment Bank Partners With Caribbean Development Bank For $110 Million In Financing
The European Investment Bank has partnered with the Caribbean Development Bank to sign a financing agreement for $110 million that will support climate change mitigation, adaptation, and resilience projects across the Caribbean.
Clean Technica
Fijians to engage in climate change activities
Minister for Local Government Parveen Kumar will reveal the climate change adaptation program in the next two weeks. - See more at:
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
Everything to know about this year’s G7 summit
In his last leg of a four-country trip, President Donald Trump is set to attend the annual G7 Summit held in the Italian town of Taormina, Sicily, on Friday and Saturday.
Barack Obama on food and climate change: ‘We can still act and it won’t be too late’
During the course of my presidency, I made climate change a top priority, because I believe that, for all the challenges that we face, this is the one that will define the contours of this century more dramatically perhaps than the others.
The Guardian
Climate change: 84% of Britons want Theresa May to have a word with Donald Trump
More than eight out of 10 British people want Theresa May should use her influence to persuade Donald Trump to keep the United States within the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to a new poll.
Terrorismo, refugiados y cambio climático centran la agenda de la cumbre del G7 en Sicilia
Donald Trump, Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron y Paolo Gentiloni debutan en una cumbre de los países más industrializados del mundo, donde Angela Merkel y Shinzo Abe son los más veteranos.
El Mundo
Acuerdo de París, ante desafío de un G7 con Trump
¿Será la lucha contra el calentamiento global una prioridad en la cumbre del G7 en Taormina?
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